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Roberts the Fairest of All in Mirror Mirror

A charming and deliciously sinister performance from Julia Roberts as the Queen ensures Mirror Mirror is no rotten apple.

Best of Two Eras Created by The Artist

The Artist, a full-length black-and-white silent film, is the best of two eras a century removed and must be seen in a theater.

Greek Gods Still Battling in Titans Sequel

This sequel is much improved over its abysmal predecessor, but fails to generate enough human interest to make it worth seeing.

21 Jump Street Gets a Surprising Update

What started out as a breakout television hit in the late ‘80s has now been given a surprising cinematic update: raunchy comedy.

Murphy’s Latest Not Worth A Thousand Words

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. I’d say Eddie Murphy’s A Thousand Words, is worth two: don’t bother.

Big Miracle Is Hardly a Whale of a Tale

Big Miracle wants to be a whale of a tale with its heart in the right place, but the execution leaves more to be desired.

Wanderlust Takes an Uncomfortable Journey

The laughs in Wanderlust are largely in the service of bawdy, R-rated material that makes this film difficult to recommend.

Jeff, Who Lives at Home Searches for Meaning

With the film Jeff, Who Lives at Home, we’re introduced to yet another grown man with a perpetual case of Peter Pan syndrome.

Second Sherlock Still Has Plenty of Spark

Were filmmakers able to capture lighting in a bottle yet again with Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows? The answer is yes.

John Carter Is as Plain as the Name

The story never quite comes together in the big-budget John Carter, leaving a dissatisfying sense of what might have been.

Act of Valor Part of Elite Film Squad

Call it what you will, this is a stirring, patriotic depiction of men who carry out dangerous missions on behalf of their country.

Machine Gun Preacher Not a Misfire

Machine Gun Preacher hits its target, but as a model of bold faith, it raises more questions than it answers.

Safe House Might Leave You Feeling Queasy

Shaky-camera syndrome has taken hold of today’s action movies. And Safe House, directed by Daniel Espinosa, is no different.

Don't Fall for Man on a Ledge

Why do you go to the movies? To have a good time? To escape? To forget the worries of the day? If so, skip Man on a Ledge.

Coriolanus Could Make New Fans for the Bard

Directed by Ralph Fiennes, Coriolanus is a gripping, cinematic take on one of Shakespeare’s less frequently performed plays.

Secret World of Arrietty Is a Small Wonder

Small people with big hopes make up The Secret Life of Arrietty. Give it a chance, and it will enhance your sense of wonder.

Good Intentions Mostly Fall Flat in Red Tails

As the big-screen debut from Anthony Hemingway, with George Lucas as executive producer, what Red Tails lacks most is gravitas.

Daniel Radcliffe Fades in Black

The Woman in Black, Daniel Radcliffe’s first starring role since the Harry Potter films, offers few moments of genuine fright.

One for the Money Isn’t Worth Yours

Adapted from a Janet Evanovich novel, One for the Money is every Garden State stereotype strung together by a go-nowhere plot.

Disturbing Realism Recorded in Chronicle

Things go as well as you might expect in this story of teen boys who have overwhelming powers. Which is to say, not well at all.

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